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« on: April 29, 2009, 09:30:18 pm »
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That's right.  I recently have talked to one of my neighbors and he had a lot of information for me.  I have known him most of my life, and he is full of useful information since he is a older fellow.  Well, this is what he told me:

"A few days ago, I read a article in the newspaper.  In France, there was a man that took a certain path to and from work each and every day.  One day, the man was returning home and it began to rain, so he was running to his home so he could avoid getting too wet.  While he was running on this dike, he lost his footing by stepping on a slippery spot of mud and went rolling down the side of the levee.  The man was trying to grab onto anything he could get his hands on, as he rolled down the extremely steep dike.  He eventually grabbed a handful of grass and mud that he stopped.  Once he got up, he looked to his hands and saw a leather pouch.  Well, inside of it the man found Roman coins dating 2,000 years Before Christ.  The man had grabbed the pouch as he was trying to grab onto anything as he rolled and had pulled it out of the mud".

I thought that was interesting, so I thought it was worth putting down.  Another story is below:

"A treasure hunter was searching an old house.  He had not found anything of any interest, maybe a few artifacts and toys.  After a while, he went upstairs to the bathroom.  He was checking around it, and he decided to move the bathtub.  When he did, he started to check the floorboards.  When he did, he found that they were loose and rip them off.  When he did, he took out a tin can, that contained over a dozen of gold coins."

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